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  • 00:24

    World Series Preview: Kansas City Royals

    in Baseball

    One of my favorite guest, Mikey Rupert from the Cooper & Rupert Podcast (my favorite sports podcast period) is back on the show but talking about his Kansas City Royals. Okay they aren't his Royals, but he's been a fan and follower of the team since a child and has great insight on the team. With their appearance in the World Series for the second year in a row Mikey brings great perspective on what to expect from baseball's best defensive team. 

    Plus he explains why he and Doug (his cohost) are wearing terrible sweaters for their new photos. 

    To listen to Cooper and Rupert - www.cooperandrupert.com 
    To Follow the on Twitter @CooperandRupert

  • 00:16

    Final Score: Pittsburgh Steelers lose to Kansas City Chiefs 23-13

    in Football

    Chris Carter and Dani Bostick talk about the excruciatingly horrible loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 7. Between questionable play calling, horrendous mistakes by the defense, mediocre quarterbacking, and inconsistent offensive line play, the Steelers loss to the Kansas City Chiefs was both frustrating and avoidable. 

  • 00:55

    Final Score: Steelers Lose to Kansas City 23-13

    in Football

    Chris Carter and Dani Bostick talk about the excruciatingly horrible loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 7. Between questionable play calling, horrendous mistakes by the defense, mediocre quarterbacking, and inconsistent offensive line play, the Steelers loss to the Kansas City Chiefs was both frustrating and avoidable. 

  • 02:27

    Kansas City Battle Rap Talk

    in Hip Hop Music

    Today we are talking battle rap in Kansas City Misouri and also playing music from some of the best artist around the town..

  • 00:29

    32 For 32: Kansas City Chiefs

    in Sports

    The Kansas City Chiefs were yet another strange team in 2014, going from 0-2 to 7-3, then laying an egg to Oakland (even though they scored 20 points) & ultimately falling out of the AFC playoff picture. But the big story was safety Eric Berry's health. After that loss to the Raiders, he received an X-ray which revealed a mass in his chest believed to be lymphoma. He was placed on the non-football illness list, ending his season. A month later, Berry was confirmed to have Hodgskin's lymphoma. He has begun treatment & many of us are wishing him a strong recovery. My prayers have been & will be w/ him during this time. The Chiefs have made some moves during the off-season, bringing in free agents such as wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (reuniting w/ Jason Avant from Philadelphia) & safety Tyvon Branch. The pressure continues to be on head coach Andy Reid. He's been expected to make a Super Bowl run w/ this team & that hasn't happened. & he has yet to win a Super Bowl, pinning him on the list of one of the greatest coaches in league history to not accomplish the feat. Some fans have started to lost patience. Something's gotta give, right? I hope for the sake of Reid that this team finally turns to corner in 2015. It's been a long time coming since the franchise's last Super Bowl triumph (Super Bowl III), but Arrowhead remains one of the toughest places to play of opponents & as long as you have great fans supporting your team, you'll always have a shot to accomplish wins, divison titles, & maybe even a Lombardi trophy. This team still has work to do, but it looks like they're heading in the right direction. How far can & will they go? We'll discuss that as well as Eric Berry in our next installment of "The Rocket Sports Breakdown" Friday evening @ 6:30pm on Blog Talk Radio. Rocket Nation, get ready for a power trip.

  • 00:46

    World Series Food: Kansas City Missouri vs Queens New York

    in Food


    Tonight starts a sports Spectacular! called the World Series. Who's in it Kansas City Royal vs the New York Mets here we go Y'all home runs,rbi and great pitching... There another subject thats important for baseball fans..Can you guess ?  It's "Great Food" Here on Flavor Living Radio we have two guest from both teams explaining there regional food trends...That all I can say for now tune-in and listen while your at home or at the World Series. Our website http://www.flavorlivingradio.com


  • 00:31

    New York Mets and Kansas City Royals ready to battle in World Series

    in Sports

    After a long grueling 162 games schedule, the Kansas City Royals and New York Mets will battle for the World Series title. The 2015 World Series marks the 111 meeting between the American League and National League. The AL leads the overall series 63-47. 

    The Royals are making their second consecutive trip to the series. Last year as the wildcard, the Royals lost in seven games to the San Francisco Giants. After six losing seasons, the New York Mets quietly shocked the baseball world by dominating the NL East. The Mets won the division by seven games over the Washington Nationals who were predicted my many to not only win the Division but win the world series. A preseason article http://espn.go.com/mlb/preview15/story/_/id/12588378/expert-team-predictions-2015-mlb-season polled 88 baseball experts before the season. 37 of the experts (42%) predicted the Washington Nationals would win the World Series. 

    Both teams have strength in pitching but in a different realm. The Mets could have the edge when it comes to starting pitching but the Royals have the edge in the bullpen.  In either case, the traditionalists will tell you that pitching wins. The World Series can not end in a tie, so which team will win the pitching battle?  

    The Royals lead all postseason teams with a .271 team batting average scoring 63 postseason runs. Surprisingly, with all the attention given to Daniel Murphy and his home streak, the Mets are only batting .235. Both teams have speed and are aggressive on the bases. The Mets have swapped nine bases while the Royals have stolen seven bases. Which team will come through in the clutch?



  • 00:33

    Behind Enemy Lines with Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star

    in Football

    In the Week 3 edition of Behind Enemy Lines, Amanda and Chris react to the Green Bay Packers' important victory over the Seattle Seahawks in Week 2, and try to discuss how much it makes up for last year's NFC title game loss. They then discuss the development of Richard Rodgers, potential life without Eddie Lacy, before getting into a discussion of exactly how much the Packers rely on Aaron Rodgers. They then welcome in Terez Paylor from the Kansas City Star to talk about how dangerous Jamaal Charles can be, Amanda's history with the Kansas City Chiefs, and Chris' fear of Justin Houston.

    Behind Enemy Lines is brought to you by hosts, Amanda Geffre and Chris Callaway. Read Amanda's work over at CheeseSportsLife and Chris's musings as Sports Director for the Lacrosse Radio Group.

  • 00:57

    PawedCast Episode 29: Sporting Kansas City Review / Chicago Fire Preview

    in Soccer

    So that's what three points feel like. It's been awhile.

    Brek Shea returned and Adrian Winter and Bryan Rochez both opened their MLS accounts as the Lions claimed all the points against former OCSC star Dom Dwyer and his Sporting Kansas City teammates at the Citrus Bowl Sunday. Andrew Harrison joins host Michael Citro to discuss the game's talking points and bask in the glow of victory.

    Then Hot Time in the Old Town Editor-in-Chief Sean Spence joins us to look ahead to Chicago on Saturday and which players may or may not play at Toyota Park for the Fire. Sean gave us the lowdown on the situation in Chicago and what we can expect on Saturday, plus his score prediction.

    And we give our key match-ups for the weekend and our not-to-be-wagered-on predictions for the game against the Fire. 

    Here's how it happened:

    0:25- Victory! Andrew and Michael dissect a very satisfying 3-1 home win on Sunday and spotlight the performances by Adrian Winter, Bryan Rochez, Brek Shea, Cristian Higuita, Servando Carrasco and others. Plus our Man of the Match selections.

    21:20- Sean Spence jumps on and he's got much to say about the state of the Chicago Fire. He previews Chicago's speedy forwards and midfielders and which ones might sit out the match Saturday. Plus he gives us his take on the NWSL as Orlando City seems on the brink of adding a women's team.

    47:36- Our key match-ups and prediction time!

  • 00:42

    PawedCast Episode 28: New England Review / Sporting Kansas City Preview

    in Soccer

    A promising middle of the season pushed Orlando City into second in the Eastern Conference playoff race. But a miserable two months on the pitch since Brek Shea's injury has the Lions looking up at all six playoff spots after New England's 3-0 demolition of City at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night.

    But hope springs eternal and the Lions come home with reinforcements against former Orlando City striker Dom Dwyer and Sporting Kansas City. 

    We break down the action from Saturday night and give you our Man of the Match (spoiler: it was Tally Hall). We also look ahead to Sunday's showdown with Sporting KC with the help of Thad Bell of The Blue Testament, SB Nation's SKC blog. Thad weighs in on Dom, Aurelien Collin, Amobi Okugo and more.

    And there's always our predictions segment, where we beg you not to take our prognostications to your local bookie.

    Here's how it went down:

    0:27- Michael and Daniel review the New England Revolution game, with what went right and what went very wrong. And Tally Hall is amazing.

    20:03- Thad Bell jumps on to give us the Sporting KC point of view on all things.

    37:05- Our key match-ups for Sunday and final score predictions.

  • Green Bay Packers vs. Kansas City Chiefs game preview

    in Sports

    The Kansas City Chiefs visit Lambeau Field next Monday.  The Chiefs lead the overall series 7-3-1 and have never lost at Lambeau Field (3-0).  Brett Favre and Trent Green were the quarterbacks, the last time the Chiefs visited Green Bay. Now Aaron Rodgers and Alex Smith will battle.  Smith was the first overall pick in the 2005 NFL Draft, while Aaron Rodgers fell to Green Bay with the 24th pick. Some scouts thought Rodgers was going to be the first pick, and he has played with a chip on his shoulder ever since.  Rodgers has been the NFL's MVP twice, and has won a Super Bowl.  Things didn't work out in San Francisco for Alex Smith and he was traded to the Kansas City Chiefs before the 2013 season. 

    The Packers are coming off an emotional win over the Seattle Seahawks.  The Chiefs dropped their last game to the Denver Broncos.  Green Bay will be battling numerous injuries going into the game. Eddie Lacy left Sunday's game early in the first quarter with an ankle injury.  Bryan Bu had knee surgery and will not play, while DeVante Adams did not practice today.  The Packers had hopes of a high powered offense, but injuries have change the dimensions.   James Starks played well after Lacy went down.  The Packers can not afford another injury at wide receiver, even though rookie Ty Montgomery contribued against the Seahawks and James Jones is catching touchdowns (three in two games). The offensive line will be tested against a fierce Chiefs front seven.  Tamba Hali and Justin Houston could be two of the best outside linebackers in the NFL. David Bakhtiari and Don Barclay will have their hands full protecting Aaron Rodgers.  

    On defense, the Packers held Marshawn Lynch in check and now they face another good back in Jamaal Charles. The key to success was disrupting the seahawks run game, which will be necessary against the Chiefs.